Nats on the Radio

Baseball starts in a few days – in the meantime, we get used to having these personalities back in front of us. Not just the GM and the manager, but the younger guys who actually get to play th...

A Few Links on a Friday

Do you know that spring training games start next week? First game is on Thursday. It’s a little less exciting when you’re one of the half a dozen teams that knows it aint making the play...

Jumping on the Optimism Bandwagon

Pitchers and catchers are in, position players are starting to show up. Meanwhile, some young prospect threw down in Viera this weekend. Teammates were calling him Jesus, people were talking about ho...

Questions Going into Spring Training 2010

It’s almost upon us. Pitcher and catchers report in a matter of days rather weeks, although many are down there now already. Spring training games begin in a few weeks, and the Nats are semi-se...

Marquis de Blah

The Nationals signed Jason Marquis yesterday, and while I am not going to completely rip the signing, I don’t think it’s much to get excited about. He’s not great at much, other tha...

What Will I Miss at the Winter Meetings?

I have the good fortune of getting the heck out of the DC area for 2 weeks and going somewhere warm and sunny. I am getting married and going on my honeymoon, and I am not forced to return until Dec ...

Who Added the Most Wins?

Time for more season recapping… A simple but important question, right? Who, in the course of the season, contributed the most to the Nationals 59 wins? One way to look at this is through the s...

3-4-5 Hitters in the End

Two months ago I took a look at how the middle of this lineup stacked up against the rest of the NL. It turned out they looked pretty good. The Nats 3, 4 and 5 hitters ranked #3 in the league in Runs...

DC Player Achievement Awards

Dave Nichols of the Nationals News Network, and a founder of the Washington, DC chapter of the Internet Baseball Writers Association (DC-IBWA), was kind enough to send over the forms to vote for the ...

Dunn Only Hits 38, to Be Disassembled

The Nats finished up their season yesterday, and Adam Dunn managed only to hit 38 home runs all year. Because he was specifically designed to hit 40 or more (and had done so for 5 consecutive years) ...